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such as the art of power. why did you want to look at thomas jefferson through the prism of how to wield power? >> because i think he sent us in the direction of his ideas and his intellectual achievements, his art, his architecture, with his tombstone. one of the great trivia questions in american history is what are the three things, author of the declaration of independence, founder of the university of virginia, that's what he wanted to be remembered for. and for 40 years, from 1769 when he was elected at age 25 to 1809 when he left right after james madison's inauguration right here as -- after being a two-term president of the united states, he had been in office or thinking about holding office. and so in a way jefferson's political career was hiding in plain sight. >> uh-huh. >> and so if even thomas jefferson, this great genius, this great architect of america spent his life in politics and obviously found it fulfilling enough to do, then what can we learn about how he did it and what he did that might help us in a time when politics feels broken? >> and what do we learn? >> that the
: [ gasps ] busy? >> thomas: well, when everything i do has to be approved by rick, kind of jams up the creative flow. >> taylor: i can imagine. >> thomas: i was so close, mom. >> taylor: you were more than close, thomas. you were there. your father appointed you c.e.o. and then what happened is what always happens. things just somehow fall into the logans' hands. you deserved better, thomas. >> thomas: yeah, but it's not gonna happen for me here. i can't spend the rest of my career begging rick to take my ideas. mom, i told you. i'm going to paris. >> taylor: well, that might be good to get away and maybe go visit your father. >> thomas: yeah. well, i'm thinking i might not come back. >> marcus: [ b
and never dream you yourself would live with. >> justice clarence thomas broke a sen year silence on the supreme court. >> jon: why would one of the justices keep completely quiet for so long unless -- ursula the sea witch stole his voice when he fell in love with a human! i have little kids. [ laughter ] but there must be a reason clarence thomas doesn't like to speak publicly. [ laughter ] there must be a reason that he keeps silent that doesn't involve him being a merman. he has done interviews. >> the perception is that -- critics will say you are not smart enough, you are insecure. >> jon: they make fools out of themselves with those kinds of comments. [ laughter ] >> jon: that's y. that's not really his voice. sorry. we changed it for humorous effect. here is his real voice. >> they make fools out of themselves with those kind of comments. [ laughter ] >> jon: now, i know why he never speaks. he is preserving that beautiful baritone. please clarence can i have some more of that sultry -- >> justice marshall rarely asks questions, justice powell rarely asks questions it's a p
care. captions by: caption colorado comments@captioncolorado.com >> taylor: thomas, there are other fashion houses. you don't have to go away to paris. >> thomas: no, i'm thinking about doing something with dad. look, mom, i'm a good designer. i'm talented. i've got business savvy. and i have to realize all of my potential. i can't do that here with all these logans in my way. >> taylor: i don't want you to go. >> thomas: you know i can't stay. paris? >> thomas: well, at least there i have allies -- dad, steffy. here, i don't have anything. >> taylor: eric just stuck up for you. >> thomas: i don't need anyone to stick up for me, mom. i'm sorry. this is what i have to do. i got to get this report filed for rick before my flight. >> brooke: oh. uh, i'm sorry. i thought that... >> thomas: i was already gone? >> brooke: [ sighs ] thomas... i know this is difficult for you and your mother. but i really think paris is going to be good for you.
he left, he told thomas paine, williams short, another abolitionists over there going to get back to america, he was going to train slaves, settle them on land at sharecroppers and the certainty they would become good citizens and free people in the united states. but when he got back to the united states, things changed. he came back with his daughter, pat c. it turned out she needed a dowry because she met her husband, thomas mann randolph and they decided to get married in a hurry from the only way jefferson could set them up in the household was to give them land and a lot of slaves. he gave his daughter 25, little and big. he began to think of rebuilding monticello and he needed money they needed to rely on to retrain displaced worse. he suddenly called upon them to acquire a faster read new skills, which they did very, very quickly. so when i was following jefferson to the documents alone my own timeline, i came across a document that disturbs many people since they put it in print, but not as much as it disturbs me when i found it. in a detailed financial memo, jefferson wa
for by what thomas jefferson said. you can divide a newspaper into four sections. the first section will be truth, psychopath truth, partial truth and lies. he thought the fourth section would be the longest. >> there was a moment in the late 1760s when the printer was so upset at something that had been published in the boston gazette about him that he clubbed jong-il, one of the printers over the head. so it got personal. >> keep in mind get a lot of these news accounts are coming from a private correspondence and eyewitnesses, and after reports of the commanding officers. so when i was also interested in learning from the contextual essays was just how shockingly accurate a lot of these were. but for one of the more kind of common war propaganda tax was to inflate the numbers of your enemy and deflate your own. >> i had a question kind of along the same lines as an organized effort in propaganda leading up to the world. it occurs to me that it shall occasions he read about certain individuals meeting at print shops, the adams coach at on your blog, this morning, john. so i wonder
... thomas green.../ as... he left... district court. 3 when thomas ddwayane green - walked out of district court this morninn... onn thing is certain.... hh wassnot -3 expectinn to run intoome. green actually ducked beeind his attorney to avoid pnsweeing my questions. i wanted to know... how he's managed to hhld on to a &plicenne onsidering he has 18 points. it's a question... i also osed to the state. 3 ((pkg)) (video of him walkiig out and hiding behind his aatorney) thomas green's appearance in baltimore ccunty today stemmed from a traffic &pstoo in auggss. ext week, he'll be in howard ccunty... &pwhereehe as four traffic tickets penddng.nat poo 30:31 lets go to 2012 that's whhn it gges interesting....green &palreaay hass18 pointt on his license. he's evennattempted to drive drunk according to records we uncovered. yet here's green today... fully &pprepared to get behind the -wheel... had he not seen me standing there recording him. 23::2:50 he's still getting ticketsstephen gerwirtz -3 remembers when green hit two johns hopkins
join us. rare books, good books, signed books. >>> welcome back. we've been talking to thomas goldwasser and he's brought some great books this morning. >> here is an example of a book that almost everyone knows, first edition of e.b. white's children's classic "charlotte's web." >> wow. >> it looks the same as the editions currently published for the most part. >> and you own that? >> yes. this is inventory of my store. so i brought it along. people look how do you tell first edition? in this case, it's pretty easy, it says first edition and the code of the month and the year that it was published. >> i see. >> and it's a book that-- >> would you sell it? >> oh, yeah, it's part of my inventory. >> okay. what price would you think you would get for it? >> oh, i would have to look to remember. this is $1250. this is a book you'll probably find more than one copy at the fair. it's not that rare, but it's loved so much and people really want to have it. >> okay. >> another book that's sort of in that same category, people enjoyed reading
, thomas, it's not smelling blood in the water. what it is is looking at reality. and the reality is that we have growing wealth and income inequality in america. people on top in large corporations doing phenomenally well. middle class disappearing. poverty levels at an all-time high. what we know is one out of four major american corporations don't pay a nickel in federal taxes. we're losing about $100 billion every single year by corporations and wealthy people stashing their money in tax havens in the cayman islands, bermuda and elsewhere. corporations today are paying about 12% of their profits in taxes. that's the lowest rate since 1972. so the question that we have to debate as a nation is, deficit reduction is a very important point. but we have to understand that today at 15.7% our revenue as part of gdp is the lowest that it has been in 60 years. so when senator mcconnell says revenue is not the issue, he is dead wrong. revenue is very much the issue. the american people have been very clear. they do not want to cut social security. >> right. >> medicare and medicaid. th
. the titanic has left her footprint now-- cast in history. it was in these offices that thomas andrews, chief designer of harland and wolff conceived the idea of the titanic-- the largest passenger cruise liner in the world. little has changed. it's easy to imagine thomas andrews walking through these doors... into the main entrance hall... past reception... and down the stairs. many of the features found in these offices bear a remarkable resemblance to those on the ship-- like these. and finally, through to the drawing office, where the designers and technicians of the titanic would've been scrutinizing the details and drawings of the ship. amazing to think that it happened just here. today, the roadshow is based in the very birthplace of the titanic-- the now-redundant drawing offices where thomas andrews first conceived the design. i'm hoping we might see some hidden treasures from the ship. let's see what we unearth. so, what we've got here are two rather interesting dublin 8-day longcase clock movements. yeah. they've obviously been sitting around for a lon
. >> author jon meacham recounts the career of america's third president thomas jefferson. mr. jon meacham examines jefferson's relation to political power, reports that despite his strong belief and opposition to confrontation president jefferson was able to successfully lead the country in a highly partisan political environment. this is just under an hour. >> it is all downhill from there. my lawyer will take any complaints later. thank you so much and thank you for what you all do here. i have shopped here as a young washington monthly editor, shopped is too strong. we didn't have any money but you all may remember washington monthly editors were paid $10,000 a year which kate whoo-hoo won the national book award last night and adding to her amazing list of accomplishments, she used to say she actually graduated from the monthly when she could buy on tra appetizers in restaurants. i am a southerner, i am from tennessee, and i think understanding jefferson in his regional context and national context and political context is important. he was a master of politics, whether it was ideolog
library of monticello, historian henry -- henry wiencek talks about thomas jefferson's relationship to slavery. jefferson sought financial gain through the ownership and labor of his slaves but america's third president called silent profits. the dr. utilize recent archaeological findings at jefferson's estate, monticello and jefferson's papers in his research. this is just over an hour. >> our guest speaker this afternoon is henry wiencek who will be talking about his book "master of the mountain: thomas jefferson and his slaves". it is a subject the thomas jefferson foundation has been a pioneer in researching and presenting thanks largely to the work of senator stenson who collected essays published earlier this year by the university of virginia press. entitled labor for my happiness:slavery at thomas jefferson at monticello. regarded an authority on the subject. the book was released to coincide with an exhibit on slavery at monticello in the smithsonian national museum of african-american history which is co curated by the staff of the thomas jefferson foundation. 70 of the de
>>> good morning. i'm thomas roberts. topping our agenda today, president obama goes big and bold on gun control. this hour at the white house, the president will announce what's expected to be the most ambitious federal gun control program in decades. today's announcement brings together members of the law enforcement community and children, kids, who wrote to the president about gun control in the days after the sandy hook shooting in connecticut. nbc news has learned the proposals include universal background checks, bans on assault weapons and high capacity magazines, and an aggressive prosecution of existing laws. in more than a dozen orders, the president could enact without the approval of congress. >> the fact is they've made the political decision to go big for what it's worth. >> today's a beginning. today is the beginning of what has to be an every day campaign. it has to be -- i said you have to take this way out into the country. he needs to go into red states and talk about this. he's got to get on the phone when he's on air force one. >> as the white house ramps up
. we have thomas paine's common sense one of the first advertisement for common sense. there it is. what is interesting to me about the in the same newspaper is another advertisement for a new edition of common sense which suggests how quickly this is moving. which brings note history discovery. no taxation without representation. that argument springs to life newspaper. the 1764 issue of the pennsylvania gazette. on page two is one paragraph that details the forthcoming sugar act. in that article, it says a scheme of taxation, had had been previously debated in the parliament will weather they had a power to lay it on which had no representative on parliament. you get the teaser. besides this an internal tax was cut off and can't see that. besides this the internal tax is forthcoming. a stamp duty. violence and mobs and rites are also something that struck me because of the sheer magnitude of the violence that is reported in the newspaper of the day. in particular, this is a supplement from the boston news letter from september 5, 1765. extraordinary many reasons. on front page of
publication of thomas paine's common sense. what was interesting to me about this addition is that in the same newspaper is another advertisement for a new edition of common sense, which suggests just how quickly this pamphlet was moving. which brings me to the history discoveries. no taxation without representation. that argument springs to life in newspapers. in particular, to make time, 1764 the pennsylvania gazette. on page two is one paragraph it details the forthcoming sugar act. in that article, and says the scheme of taxation previously debated in the parliament whether they had the power to lay such a tax on colonies, which had a representative and determined the affirmative. what's also interesting is that this is very good but firsthand for the forthcoming stamp act that we know so well. besides this, and internal tax was cut off and you can see that, but he says an internal tax is forthcoming, a stamp duty. violence and knobs and rice are also something that struck me because of the sheer magnitude of the violence reported in the newspapers of the day. in particular supplement to t
a prolific author about andrew jackson now he's out with another best seller thomas jefferson. jon, thank you so much for coming on the show. walking contradiction is that an easy, quick way of summing up a man whose passions for personal liberty extended to obviously the contradiction as it relates to owning slaves, the issues of his own shyness and the pursuit of power and politician. i mean going through this, he seems to be everything to anyone who is searching for him to be like themselves. >> right. you know, one of the reasons why we're sitting here talking about him now. his capacity to speak to the best instincts and the worst in american life. there have been marvelous books rent by jefferson. we all look back in search of either inspiration or sanction. that's what happened with jefferson. one of the problems with jefferson was he was so eloquent and prolific for so long that you could quote him on any issue, the same thing with winston churchill and the bible. those are other examples. >> gavin: 60 years span of writing. someone who kept and saved all of his letters. because he kn
. 18-year-old thomas is a diehard patriots fans. >> it was upsetting to me and my wife. we cannot understand what happened. >> very upsetting as a patriots fan. >> his son was two than. he tried to raise thomas to lead the team, but it did not stick. -- love the team, but it did not stick. >> now it is a house divided. thomas on one side, the rest of the family and the other. they have a dedicated ravens room. the stakes for the afc championship games so high, there is a little bit of trash talking going on in the house. corks the fight is on.ng ba you're going to lose. >> -- the fight is on. you're going to lose. >> the family is hoping that thomas's loyalty will change from blue to purple. the only thing for sure is, only one team can win. for someone, it will be very long ride home. wbal-tv 11 news. >> they're making thomas sleep in the car for the next couple of nights. just kidding. coming up at 6:00, ravens. >> i'm gerry sandusky. foxborough fromberry fo here. >> emotional testimony in day one of the anne arundel county executive john leopold misconduct trial. >> you're watc
, but the toddler is okay. it happened in east san jose. thomas roman is there live to explain exactly what happened. thomas? >> dan, we spoke to the child's father who told us he is not going to comment. he will let san jose police deal with this attempted kidnapping. the mother basically had a tug of war with this suspect in order to save her child. san jose police received a call at 5:37. according to police the two-year-old was playing in this front yard here in east san jose. toys belonging to the children in the home are now gathered by the home's front door. the child's mother told police a stranger came up to where her daughter was playing and made a comment about the child. the comment made the mother uncomfortable. as she picked the girl up, the stranger grabbed the girl's legs and tried to pull the child away from her. after a short struggle with the man the mother managed to pull her child away and run into the house where she called police. the suspect ran down pavin drive after the ordeal. several police units responded and searched the area without success. he is described as a hispan
is scared, but the toddler is okay. it happened in east san jose. thomas roman is there live to explain exactly what happened. thomas? >> dan, we spoke to the child's father who told us he is not going to comment. he will let san jose police deal with this attempted kidnapping. the mother basically had a tug of war with this suspect in order to save her child. san jose police received a call at 5:37. according to police the two-year-old was playing in this front yard here in east san jose. toys belonging to the children in the home are now gathered by the home's front door. the child's mother told police a stranger came up to where her daughter was playing and made a comment about the child. the comment made the mother uncomfortable. as she picked the girl up, the stranger grabbed the girl's legs and tried to pull the child away from her. after a short struggle with the man the mother managed to pull her child away and run into the house where she called police. the suspect ran down pavin drive after the ordeal. several police units responded and searched the area without success. he is
jose. thomas roman is there live to explain exactly what happened. thomas? >> dan, we spoke to the child's father who told us he is not going to comment. he will let san jose police deal with this attempted kidnapping. the mother basically had a tug of war with this suspect in order to save her child. san jose police received a call at 5:37. according to police the two-year-old was playing in this front yard here in east san jose. toys belonging to the children in the home are now gathered by the home's front door. the child's mother told police a stranger came up to where her daughter was playing and made a comment about the child. the comment made the mother uncomfortable. as she picked the girl up, the stranger grabbed the girl's legs and tried to pull the child away from her. after a short struggle with the man the mother managed to pull her and run and run into the house where she called police. the suspect ran down pavin drive after the ordeal. several police units responded and searched the area without success. he is described as a hispanic male, twenty to 30 years o
tech and didn't have too much trouble thanks to mel lace sa thomas. to atlanta, that yellow jacket on the attack but the team was not. early second half, terps up three and turning up the defense. thomas comes up with the steal, and she is unstoppable in transition. she played all 40 minutes today and was far from done. less than two minutes later, off the jackets' miss, the terps on the break again. thomas racing down court. she gets the bucket to go with this little bump. she had a game high 28 points and added 10 rebounds. maryland win it 66-57. so one super bowl contender is set. we're waiting for rave ravens/patriots. >> that's the news for now. "nightly news" is coming up next. we'll be back here for news4 at 11:00. until then have a great night.
and applause) as performed by the men of downton abbey. (laughter) james? (laughter) thomas? >> lord grantham is growing impatient. it's time to start. >> right you are, allow me to bring the mobile lab. there we go, mr. johnson. >> thank you. it's a shame that in order to save downton abbey lord grantham has sunk to brewing the black came cheil crank. >> stop being so high and mighty. the village tea twikers can't get enough of it, earl blue, they think it is the chiz el miz el. carson, thomas, hurry up with that batch. i promised to buy the product and a gentleman keeps his word. or one has a cap popped in one's as. >> soon downton will be connecting it with mad bitches and benjamins. (cheers and applause) im. >> yo, you got something in mind. >> carson, is someone addressing me? sorry. >> my lord, a mr. spider to see you. >> ah, yes, what can i do for you pie good man? >> listen, english muffin, where's my [bleep] tea. >> thomas, (applause) i'll take that [bleep] with some milk. >> naturally. once we have been reimbursed for our efforts. >> an why should i pay you, mary pop ins. i already
clarence thomas. later, an american christian in jail in iran. reportedly he is being tortured. next week he goes before the judge. is anything possible to save him? that's coming up. ♪ ♪ nexium, the purple pill, helps provide many with day and night relief of heartburn symptoms caused by acid reflux disease. there is risk of bone fracture, and low magnesium levels. side effects may include headache, abdominal pain, and diarrhea. call your doctor right away if you have persistent diarrhea. other serious stomach conditions may exist. don't take nexium if you take clopidogrel. ask your doctor if nexium, the purple pill, is right for you. find out how to save on nexium at purplepill.com. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: unusual day at the supreme court yesterday. justice clarence thomas spoke for the first time during oral arguments in seven years. he didn't say much. simply making a joke about his alma mater, yale law school. you may not know this,be but the liberal politicians and pundits have been taking shots at him for years. it's fashionable to imply he is not really up for the job. >>
? >> thomas, i these you're seeing a lot of rhetoric coming from very conservative parts of the republican party. this is not something you hear from congressional leaders like speaker boehner or senate leader mitch mcconnell. this is something that's coming very much from the right. but it does underscore the problem that president obama is going to have and that is that no matter what kind of ground swell he puts forward from the grass roots, it's going to be very difficult to convince house that's controlled by republicans that they need to move on this. what he would need to do is he needs to move those moderate republicans and we saw this happening with the sandy aid where he didn't put the sandy relief bill on the floor, moderate republicans like peter king from new york, other atlanta -- the speaker brought that up very quickly without the support of the entire caucus. he broke what we call here in washington the hastert rule, we need a majority of the majority to bring something forward. he would need to do something with guns, and without moderate republicans calling on the speake
'm thomas roberts. topping our agenda. the power of the presidency versus the power of the nra. as the president is officially sworn in for his second term on sunday, his unstoppable campaign machine will relaunch with a new name, organizing for action and a new purpose. selling his second term agenda. the president's new gun control plan, one of the most ambitious that the nation has seen in decades. and vice president joe biden who will meet with the connecticut governor promised mayors across the country yesterday that the administration is in it to win it for this fight. >> there's some who say the most powerful voice in this debate belongs to the gun lobbies and those who demand the stop to these common sense approaches to save lives. i think they're wrong. high capacity magazines don't have a practical sporting purpose or hunting purpose. as one hunter told me. if you've got 12 rounds, you've got 12 rounds, it means you've already missed the deer 11 times, you should pack the sucker in at that point. you don't deserve to have a gun period you're that bad. >> as the obama
that adjustments need to be made between what you see in the dark and what you see in the sunshine. >> thomas drives the float tomorrow, it's the 34th consecutive year that thomas has been undercover steering the route and never seeing one bit of the parade. >> you're driving blind? >> completely. >> picture an umbrella on the ground and wondering around, it's a lot of fun. >> they will be jammed with thousands of spectators tomorrow and further down colorado a venue, folks are staking claim to their favorite viewing spots. >> we have been at this spot since '85. >> in l.a., on the heels of a disappointing 2012 season. the offense struggled on its way to a 4-12 record. among four raiders coaches, offensive line coach and line backer's coach johnny holland. the arizona cardinal, the san diego chargers, chicago bears, cleveland browns and the eagles. five general managers got fired. >>> no need to stay up until midnight to celebrate new year's eve. the celebration for children that avoids any potential bedtime conflict. >>> which neighborhood will be chilliest by the stroke of midnight. you can
on christmas day one year ago. as george thomas reports there are calls for revenge, also forgiveness. ♪ >> it was a beautiful day, we came to church to celebrate the birth of jesus christ. people started coming as early as 6:00 in the morning. it was going to be a joyous occasion. >> reporter: but it never turned out that way. a suicide bomber in a vehicle packed with explosives drove up this busy street and stopped in front of this church. this man and 17-month-old son just walked out the church front doors when the explosion happened. >> around me i could see bodies on fire. within minutes, husbands became widowers and parents childless. >> it was shortly after 8:00 that christmas morning, one service just concluding and the next about to begin. >> 26 of the 44 people that died attended st. theresa's church. >> the people that carried out the attack are of the devil. >> boko haram claimed responsibility for this and several more attacks in other parts of nigeria that christmas day. boko haram's goal is to turn it into an islamic country. >> i am very angry. they are trying to get
habÍan aceptado abusar de menores. >>> monseÑor thomas propuso estrategias para evitar que la policÍa investigue a tres sacerdotes. y dijeron que no debÍa ayudar a estos con terapistas. manuel dice haber sido vÍctima de abuso por parte de un sacerdote. >>> lo Último que fue es que se fue a mi, estÁ escondido en unas montaÑas, supuestamente es sacerdote. >>> tambiÉn mencionan el caso de peter garcÍa que abuso a niÑos por dÉcadas, despues que fue dado de alta de un centro de tratamiento, el arzobismo mahoney pidiÓ que estuviera fuera de la arquidiÓcesis. >>> escribiÓ el arzobispo mahoney, un aÑo despuÉs monseÑor thomas le expresÓ su temor que garcÍa regresarÁ. >>> hay 20 atolecentes con el que monseÑor garcÍa esptu vo envuelto, y la posibilidad que alguno lo descubra es alta. monseÑor garcÍa admitiÓ que habÍa abusado de niÑos menores de edad desde que fue ordenado. dijo que era difÍcil que sus vÍctimas lo denunciaran. >>> tenÍan mucha informaciÓn y no hicieron nada. >>> hoy el retirado arzobispo dijo que se disculpaba con sus vÍctimas y asume la responsabi
, everybody. i'm thomas roberts in for tamron hall on assignment today. "news nation" following the republican party's big plan for renewal. rnc meeting in charlotte for ways to expand its appeal in time for the next presidential election. within the last hour, the rnc re-electing priebus to party chairman. >> we must compete in every state and every region, building relationships with communities we haven't before. at the rnc, we're dropping the red and blue state analysis. we must be a party concerned about every american and every neighborhood. >> all right. so louisiana's governor jindal addressing members last night and today is making headlines for this very frank assessment. >> we've got to stop being the stupid party. and i'm serious. it is time for a new republican party that talks like adults. it is time for us to articulate our plans and vision for america in real terms. we had a number of republicans that damaged the brand this year with offensive and bizarre comments. we have had enough of that. >> we have real challenges and we did get whipped at the -- in the presidential electi
>>> hi, everybody. good morning. i'm thomas roberts. tolling our agenda, from immigration to gun control, a number of big stories topping the agenda in washington. one day before president obama expected to roll out his own strategy for immigration reform in vegas, someone beat him to it. a group of someones who have hammered out their own compromise and will formally announce their plan this afternoon. the plan is calling for path to citizenship, legal immigration reform, employee verification system and new protection for workers already in the u.s. >> we can't go on forever with 11 million people living in this country in the shadows in an illegal status. >> we have virtually been going for maybe 25 years without a clear statement about immigration policy. that's unacceptable in this nation of immigrants. >> i see the right spirit. i see things that were once off the table for agreement and discussion being on the table with a serious pathway forward. >> in this hour at the white house president obama and vice president joe biden will hold another meeting as they push for gun
of them would run under intense st. thomas circle. the other wewould run between rosslyn and georgetown to thomas circle. we will hear more about the plan today. it's thursday, 18 degrees. not as cold as yesterday. >> as college football star manti te'o prepares to dr. katie couric about allegations that he was duped by an online oh hoa >> the white house is launching road trips to promote a plan to curb gun violence in america. it begins in virginia. >> senator tim kaine will join vice president joe biden and administration officials for the first event which will take place in richmond tomorrow. president obama will corrode as well. he's pushing his plan for universal background checks and bans on assault weapons and high capacity and magazines. looking for ways to reduce gun violence. >> congress couldn't soon look at a bill to enact part of president obama's gun control plan. dianne feinstein plans to issue legislation today to enact a new ban on assault weapons. it will also ban high capacity ammunition magazines and would strengthen background checks for aspiring gun owners. >> lo
. >>> justice clarence thomas today broke a nearly seven-year silence on the supreme court during many oral arguments when many of the justices jump in and pepper lawyers with questions. justice thomas has always preferred listening to talking until today. justice scalia made a joke about yale law school, justice thomas' alma mater, and according to the court transcript, thomas said, quote -- "well, he did not" -- and that's all he said, four words. but he did break his streak. his other streak remains intact. he hasn't asked a question of counsel from the bench in oral arguments for seven years. >>> corvette fans are salivating over the first new redesign in a while. it's the seventh-generation corvette stingray unveiled at the big detroit auto show. while the exterior is, granted, all-new, it also gets an interior makeover, something of a sore point, even among corvette fans. >>> we have a due date. kate, the duchess of cambridge, will give birth to an heir to the throne sometime in july. the announcement from the palace also refers to "a baby" ending speculation that there might be two a
thomas breaks his silence on the bench after seven long years. it must have been really important. we'll tell you what he had to say. >>> and we'll get a check on weather with the lovely dylan dreyer when "way too early" comes right back. >>> a commercial aircraft, a us airways flight from new york to charlotte lands in the hudson river in new york city. and amazingly, all the passengers got out alive. al hair removal can be costly. challenge that with olay facial hair removal duos for fine or coarse hair. first a pre-treatment balm then the effective cream. for gentle hair removal at far less than salon prices. there's no place like home. yeah. then how'd i get this... [ voice of dennis ] ...safe driving bonus check? every six months without an accident, allstate sends a check. ok. [ voice of dennis ] silence. are you in good hands? office superstore ink retailer in america. now get $6 back in staples rewards for every ink cartridge you recycle when you spend $50 on hp ink. staples. that was easy. just begin with america's favorite soups. bring out chicken broccoli alfredo. or best-e
treasures is this flag from thomas jefferson's first inauguration in 1800. you can see, looking at this banner, what it says -- the eagle holds these ribbons, and on one it says t. jefferson, president of the united states, and on the other, john adams is no more. that celebration, the union and be out, -- the unit in the out, that is what we are looking for, the relationship. you can look at these inaugurations as touchstones along our national narrative of the changes that have taken place. some of them are technological. the question of george washington writing in a carriage, somebody else in a car, the introduction of radio, television and the internet to record these things -- there are different steps along the way to record, but a continuity -- a kind of reassuring continuity that is important for holidays. you know that thanksgiving in our houses like this. we serve mashed potatoes this way. we have our inaugurations this way. there is very much the same kind of spirit. i pulled a few simple things to give you a sense of the taste and feel of inaugurations. one aspect o
. >>> hi, everybody. good morning. great to have you with me today. i'm thomas roberts. topping our agenda, day one, term two. it all adds up to an emboldened barack obama. for the president and congress, it is back to business after president obama started his second term with an unapologetic and undaunted opening salvo. >> we have always understood that when times change, so must we. our journey is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. we will respond to the threat of climate change. knowing that the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations. the commitments we make to each other through medicare and medicaid and social security, these things do not sap our initiative. they strengthen us. they do not make us a nation of takers. they free us to take the risks that make this country great. >> the "wall street journal" saying that president obama vows aggressive agendas and the speech signaling a president set to fight over this new to-do list. the "new york times" offering this, saying obama offers liberal vision
's clayton sandell has the details. >> reporter: peggy sue thomas is a former beauty queen contestant caught up in an ugly murder. >> i'm not the woman that's been portrayed in the papers over the last few years. >> reporter: the one-time navy airplane mechanic turned miss washington pleaded guilty thursday to helping former boyfriend james huden kill russel douglas. >> i would want to tell his family that i am so sorry for their loss. >> reporter: prosecutors believe thomas helped lure douglas to a remote area in 2003 so huden could shoot him. the alleged motive, murky. prosecutors think it may have been a revenge murder. huden and thomas believing douglas was abusing his wife and kids. >> we obtained what we believe is peggy thomas's fingerprint from the -- that connects her to the murder weapon. >> reporter: huden was convicted last summer of first degree murder. he is now serving 80 years. thomas was also charged with murder, and even though prosecutors admitted their case was largely circumstantial, thomas says she had no choice but to take a plea deal. >> my children are the most impor
, thomas? illegal. so he intended to talk about illegal immigrants, illegal immigration. and we've seen a change in the rhetoric of how marco rubio is talking about immigration. marco has come to the table and really put his face forward. what he has done is he's the enforcer. he's the one in this gang of eight that said we can have a path to citizenship but we've got to keep beefing up the border and we have to look at the technology to track the people who are here. so he wants to make himself known as the tough cowboy in all of this. >> he's a latino republican with a bright future in politics for a long time to come. so we will be watching exactly what this group talks about this afternoon. again, we have pretty much the bullet points. victoria, thanks for your time. we want to talk to our power panel for today. this monday we have david druker, associate politics editor for roll call. msnbc political analyst, karen finny. columnist for the hill. republican strategist alice stork. i want to start out right away playing for everybody how senator john mccain, also a member of the immi
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